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we wanted to but. that. was. the market i. mean.
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we want to. know that. they were. things that the world that. i. all this is a football might just have to use their phone id to access the stadiums however that the past provides more opportunities than you might expect. explain to us. it's very easy to into russia with a fan i.d. it gives you access to the country the trains and metro and it gives you discounts in many shops this is perfect for the tourist that's right very good idea for everybody. before the game that's right now we're going to. have everything was perfect i didn't have the new problems i've been to various places but his books i went to different matches. russia's footballing doors have been why don't print to
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the world since last year's confederation cup and it seems the visiting founders have embraced the local way of doing things. are you ok. with that was. leaving the car and going my. god my grandmother was yes it was because there you go. my colleague jacqueline very spoke to the co-founder of the photography project goal clinic which documents football culture around the world including in russia. for russia we decided to do a bigger project looking at the real russia so we found a photographers from all over the country from. to you catherine involved
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a grad and we asked them to document the country through their own eyes head of the world cup where this particular collaboration what russian football story impressed you the most i think it would be the euro mountains it was a very unusual set of photos which really reveals grassroots football and russian culture through through the game and the photos that we received from the euro mountains were fantastic really looking at how sophie into structure and soviet football infrastructure has developed into the twenty first century. a lot of the focus quite rightly in the lead up to the tournament is on the stadiums the infrastructure and the teams and the world cup itself what we want what we really want to do was tell those on told stories and really give russians a chance to give their own first person perspective there is one thing i would say
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particularly about what the russia projects has surprised me with and that is how similar russia is really to a lot of other countries i think there's a perception maybe that russia is very different in some way to the rest of the world and particularly to europe i think one of the things that came through particularly was the divide between urban and rural town countryside a lot of the same stories that we hear from around the world. in europe in asia there is that difference between you know investment into football in in urban areas first is kind of the rest of the country we've also covered projects in iraqi kurd kurdistan and you and tackling alleged legacy of genocide. and so. what i think that all of these projects show in whatever country are in is that you really can understand people through football. i wouldn't say that there's
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a common cliche that football somehow unites everybody i mean i'm not saying that for me i actually showed the differences but it also. is a way of people understanding one another culture looks like how another people act because when you tell it through the lens of football it's so much more relatable they have an update for you now in the france argentina game and when greece ministers scored the first goal of the game for france on a penalty kick and making the score forty minutes into the game france won argentina know what will be keeping you up to date on that that game as it continues as to the two sides betty that for a place in the quarter finals now the world cup is not just a clash of countries on the field it's also a melting pot of cultures off it. that's
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a. lot of. i don't. want to stay with us next hour be bringing you all the latest on the big world cup clash between france and argentina and more news of course.
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you know world big partisan. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that made stream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bats and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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free brags that it was all about the british my to bring back five hundred factories are going to export our way back into a g.d.p. rocket ship and take on the world cool britannia go brittania well turns out they're all going to be picking fruit out there and can bury shyer. originally thought is drastic to our city taking care of our cars just please me you could function most of that from a computer for karjat would just. as static. the problem is that we kind of how they stayed within the. state they call a nice it's not part of this we don't. want to talk to
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feel. no no. no stop stop stop. no good my culture is christian country and we don't do things like we tell you if you do then we hate you and somebody overseas you can do something about this stuff. we cannot be naive about it to not attract more gangsters rapists and these are actually that are tearing down this city and we want sleeping to be a sweep this country and we want to look on the people who live here not to go back . to.
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hello welcome back we're going to be keeping a close eye on the trans argentina game for you but for now let's check out what's happening in the rest of the world the u.s. president donald trump has said he does not rule out recognizing crimea as russian the province rejoined russia in two thousand and fourteen but he's still considered international a part of ukraine r.t. samir a call and has more on the developments. on board air force one on friday trump spoke to reporters about his upcoming meeting with putin when a reporter asked him if he recognized crimea as part of russia he said quote we're going to have to see but then he blamed obama for the entire crimea debacle saying that it was a shame that obama gave up crimea now to remind the viewers of what happened in crimea back in twenty fourteen a referendum was held with international observers present and ninety seven percent
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of the population voted to secede from ukraine and join russia the west refuse to recognize this plebiscite and then impose sanctions on russia and then separate ones on crimea but just this week we also heard from another u.s. official john bolton who said that trump wouldn't recognize crimea as part of russia so conflicting views coming from the trump administration which seems like basic protocol at this point but these statements come a few weeks before trump's summit with putin that's scheduled for july sixteenth in helsinki finland but this isn't the first time that trump has discussed relations with russia during the g. seven summit trump said that russia should be reinstated let's check out what he said i would rather see russia in the g. eight as opposed to the i would say that the g eight is a more meaningful group than the g seven absolutely trump also said that he'd be
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discussing a range of other issues with president putin including alleged election interference syria ukraine relations with china and russia to possibly deescalate the conflicts going on in the world but until july sixteenth we will know exactly what happened so we'll just have to wait until then. it's not just crimea causing friction between russia and the west sanctions on the script poisoning have also soured ties russia's foreign minister touched on these issues in an interview with britain's channel four news. can. you give any assurances that the upcoming midterm elections if he wants time will not be middle with my version of the press or some for us because we kill intelligent to discuss something which is based on highly unlikely. might be. the best a geisha in the united states has been going for her longer here because no well
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probably due regard to the internet research the rush to troll factory the answer there is an indictment in that is something which requires a thorough and they're just. submitted their old case. chips which quite a number of things which were used for the day so let's not jump the gun. it was loose carol but i don't think that the what you call the green who said sentence forced the addict later i don't think this logic is going to prevail this whole russia election meddling hysteria according to sergei lavrov is a prime example of a new and trendy mentality kind of act to accuse stand figure out later with the investigation into the russian interference in the us presidential elections still ongoing and in his opinion in opinion this approach prevails on the global geo political scene right now and they've even led to this quite peculiar exchange
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between him and the journalist. there are many in the west who say that the chaos whether it spreads it whether it's cripples whether it's from the white house or put up the lawn but i want to get over it before leaving the cycle here it's a difficult for skeptical action since rhythm that the brotherhood is also into that later but the chaos a good one to the un to me this does the chaos benefit russia as some in west said . you have to be within the. historical free. for the logical for it you mean because but if it's russian government for it's before the presidential elections in the months before the world cup what that will do you say from alleged chemical attacks in syria to the us elections i mean geographically why is sick users have found russia's fingerprints well pretty much
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all over the world standing out of those cases they always the case of this crippled poisoning back in march if you don't remember. a former double agent for the u.k. and his daughter were found poisoned apparently by a very powerful nerve agent in the u.k. city of the sales berry and the u.k. is adamant russia did it. even the british state of the coverup of this whole incident i don't it still does and as long as they don't give us information you know that the both russian citizens citizens who have died in london during the posters all altered cases have been investigated in the secret for we don't have the system so that it's in the business of the political good from what is going on it's an interesting situation whereby the country which is leading the european union has determined the european union pulled a sort of rush when they were ready for all you know look at all some of the
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europeans you do see you must expose the russians that look once you must expel them so they did most of them some do now again official london has been maintaining that it was only more school we had both motive and means to carry out a poisoning like this one when it comes to a more generic story line of the interview sergey lavrov also has stressed that in his opinion we are already living in what he calls the post to west to world and as for russia's role in this post west world he says that more school plans to play a role on equal parts an equal role with other players in this whole thing so when it comes to some predictions for the future for some forecasting there you have it . the divisions along party lines and fears that i think immigration are increasingly raising talk of a second civil war in the us at least according to the findings of
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a new opinion poll more than picks up the story pretty hard to believe sounds almost like click bait or internet sensationalism but it turns out that a number of americans actually do believe that civil war is a possibility furthermore the same poll indicated that roughly sixty percent of americans believe that back last it down from his policies could turn violent. the debate surrounding trump's immigration policies and the media fuming over it the gun control debate and the white house and the intelligence community not getting along that has been quite explosive it times a member of the u.s. congress recently raised eyebrows when he compared the current atmosphere to the lead up to the u.s. civil war the way he put it the usa could be headed toward fort sumpter that was the symbolic attack by slave states the session as it launched the war back in eight hundred sixty one there's even now talk of twenty four seventh's security for members of the trumpet ministration congresswoman maxine waters makes no bones
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about the fact that she's ready to take the fight against donald trump waybe on capitol hill and the voting booth in the juice. to get. the story on the gas station you can use the do. you do you. think a vaccine waters herself has now been flooded with a number of threats and actually canceled several speaking events so let's see how people on the streets of new york feel about the rising polarization of american society what percent do you think said it was possible in the next five years. i would have to guess is that i let me let me go fifty eight percent sixty six six think it was possible when i was thirty or forty maybe thirty percent you're very close thirty one percent what do you think they're getting at why would they think that you know that that the such a possibility thirty one percent saying there could be a civil war maybe you because of the gun controls maybe because. i mean the
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racial we're having a lot of problems right now with the president with foreign policy with the immigrant children just too much going on all at the same time and a lot of people are scared and a lot of people are anxious to lot of dissension among. americans and a lot of fear. and then creates. that cone of possibility and after donald trump won the highly divisive twenty sixteen presidential election he called for unity of the american people but now opposition to the president has become so uncivil that it's actually stoking fears of a new civil war. r t new york we're going to take a very short break now do stay with us.
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i. the. current american administration is raising tariffs and revising old trade agreements when america sneezes the rest of the world of only it contracting protectionist fever. in twenty four to you know bloody revolution to the demonstrations going from being
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relatively peaceful political protests to be creasing the violent revolution is always spontaneous or is it you know we hear. spilling you know to the former ukrainian president recalls the events of twenty forty. those who took. invested over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other goals that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic. how can all that. money out of the mouth of the money go to let it jim. this was a good time to. try to move. out of myanmar.
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was that i was lucky enough or not there again to our socks or x. chanting of the all the people we believe to be here. all of my kids i want the bible said johnny holiday of the moment i want to tell them about how they would all accusers are there a lot of them on the way to my building looking at the people by demolish it without a look tomorrow party without all the other blow that it. welcome
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back to palestinians have been killed in protests at the israel gaza border on friday and that's according to palestinian officials a teenager is said to be one of the dead the occupation rallies have been ongoing since late march. you. risk. injury after injury and as you see sense the beginning of the beginning of the protests today the fourteenth week of the great march of return at least twenty palestinians have been injured by live ammunition and tear gas canisters there israeli forces continue to use lethal force against the palestinian protesters palestinians have been protesting for more than fourteen weeks demanding demanding the right of return demanding the right of shifting the locate that has been imposed on the gaza strip by israel since the beginning of the protest says the beginning of the great
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march of return one hundred thirty one palestinians have been killed and more than fourteen thousand palestinians have been injured including fifty four palestinians who got limbs amputated from the upper and lower body where the israeli forces have been using explosive bullets that have been fractured fractured completely fracture bones and tissues and causing long lasting disability i'm now standing approximately two hundred meters away only from the fence and it's very clear that the israeli soldiers are really stationed at the protests continue palestinians continue to protest and it's very clear that they have a message to the world that they won't give up on their land they won't give up on jerusalem and they won't give up on trying to stick liberation israel says its soldiers are acting purely in self-defense tel aviv considers the palestinian based organization hamas as terrorists and says the group uses protesters to breach the
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border or human rights activists have voiced concern over the creation of migrant processing counts the movie started upon by e.u. leaders on friday they fear such facilities could effectively become detention centers and lead to human rights violations while europe's leaders are touting the new deal as a breakthrough in dealing with the migrant crisis point to sneer reports down still remain if this is a long term solution. having emerged after the nearly ten hour marathon summit e.u. leaders have been patting themselves on the back quite a lot for me this is a satisfying outcome it sends out a good message that we have eventually prepared to join text i'm optimistic that we can cooperate for them i believe that the thorough preparatory work of president and the federal chancellor merkel has now brought a real breakthrough. a more responsible and more support if you are is emerging from this european council italy is not left alone anymore. but in reality the deal
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getting all this praise is a carefully but vaguely worded one just like so many other agreements struck by the bloc in the past but this one manages to satisfy a diverse range of views so just exactly how was it reached one challenge was to satisfy it to be who on thursday blocked all joint decisions prior to the summit in an effort to appease tensions the member states decided to stay and rescued migrants on a new territory to so-called control centers across the bloc bash and this was only to appease central european countries like the czech republic and hungary those locations are still to be decided and can only happen in countries who volunteer to have them not surprising they're not many volunteers many leaders again pushed for responsibility to fall on first arrival countries who already have enough migrants same tis all sides under the dublin regulation refugees have to buy in the first
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european country where they are right we are sticking to this rule and the fall is that those countries are responsible for migration centers france is not the country's first arrival so most opensource senses notice in trade goes north we are not the first arrival country and most people jump with birth was in an apparent lifeline for the german chancellor angela merkel this non-binding agreement says that all governments must take measure. to stop migrants and refugees from crossing europe's internal borders now this is something that new called desperately needs space and a two week ultimatum from her coalition partner who is threatening to impose a new border regime against her world unless merkel finds an all europe solutions. and if european solution cannot be achieved we need to act on our own we agree on the objectives whatever approaches are different in the next fourteen days we will see whether we can find common ground here's another key point of the so-called
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breakthrough deal european leaders have also better plans to tighten the box borders and provide more money to countries like turkey and morocco to provide migrants from coming to europe processing same tis also being set up in countries like egypt libya niger algeria and others but these are the kind of things that have been happening since two thousand and fifteen and they haven't managed to solve the migrant crisis so perhaps these new or not so new measures are less about helping the migrants and more about saving the hits of some european leaders policy i'll see. we're taking you back to the beautiful game after this very short break stay with us. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy going from duration let it be an arms race move his arms off and spearing dramatic development
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the only really engaging resists i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical current time to sit down and talk. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all but there was one more question by the way is going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star among us and a huge amount of pressure can remap you have to go meet the center of the shuttle with you and do so with all the great game the greatest good you are the rock at the back nobody gets passed to you we need you to get down there we have to go. along and just i want to you know and i'm really happy to join the team for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia.


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